Inclusion is the process of removing barriers to participation and learning so that everyone benefits fully from educational opportunities.
is a process not a state
is characterised by a culture that not only respects but also welcomes diversity
involves active partnerships between parents and carers, education practitioners and specialist service staff.
Support for children with special educational needs
Provides co-ordinated intervention for disabled children up to the age of five and their families
Support for children with additional needs from birth to school age
Supporting the inclusive practice of all Hampshire early years and childcare practitioners
A shared early assessment tool and process to help early identification of need and promote co-ordinated service provision
To enable children and young people with disabilities and/or additional needs to join in with safe, fun and interesting activities and to give parents/carers an opportunity to have a short break from caring.
Education, health, adult and children's social care services information.
Hampshire's Ethnic Minority Traveller Achievement Service aims to raise the achievement of children with English as an additional language and those with ethnic minority backgrounds including Gypsy, Roma Travellers.
EMTAS Phonelines (term time only) provide interpreting, translation and information for early years settings and parents.
New SfYC Inclusion Conference focussing on autism and social communication difficulties
Friday, 27 February 2015 from 9.15am to 3.30pm
This academic year there will be one whole day Inclusion Conference on 27 February 2015 at The Ark Conference Center in Basingstoke. (This conference replaces the two previously advertised conferences that were to be held in both Basingstoke and Fareham). We have succeeded in securing Gina Davies as our keynote speaker. Gina is a renowned autism expert.and runs her own autism centre in Guilford. She will be delivering her energetic and inspiring 'Attention Autism' presentation.